Thursday, July 24, 2008

Dutch Companies Pay Employees Less than Foreign Companies

Dutch companies pay their employees much less than subsidiaries of foreign companies operating in the Netherlands pay their workers. American companies pay their employees in the Netherlands 70% above the average;
the Japanese pay 51% more; and companies from other European countries pay 20% more. Even if one takes into account that foreigners work in sectors which pay higher salaries, they are still being paid much more than the local population.

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